Exhale immediately Holding it in doesn't make the effects stronger—it only hurts the lungs more. Handle the pipe with care It'll be hot after using it. Eating when you're coming down will help you sleep. Feels like: heart is pumping fast short of breath hot, sweaty and shaky chest pain nausea faintness. Looks like: fast or no pulse fast or no breathing hot and sweaty skin confusion, anxiety unconscious vomiting seizures.
If someone ODs… It is important to recognize the early symptoms of an overdose and seek medical assistance. Roll the person on their side (if unconscious) Call out for help—do not leave the person. Contact the health unit in your community for information about obtaining alcohol swabs, mouthpieces and push sticks. Visit HealthLink BC for locations, www.healthlinkbc.ca. Self-help tools: Alcohol and Drug Information and Referral Service: 1-800-663-1441 (BC) 604-660-9382 (Greater Vancouver) Tips for a beginner? Beginner here, Ive managed to get some fishscale and cooked it using spoon method, got a nice yellow blob and waiting for it to dry now. After searching around i found multiple threads saying a straight pipe with some copper from speaker wires rolled into a ball and shoved down my pipe will work best. So i got that part covered, what im more confused about is how to burn the rock, ive tried melting it onto my chore and then heating the bottom of the glass just where it is but realised i don't get much smoke off that ( by looking at how much smoke runs along the pipe) .
and ive tried heating the bottom of the glass until it starts to smoke and then i move the flame to at least 1 cm in front of the entrance and sometimes have the flame on the chore for a second and take it off, i have noticed there is heaps of smoke and my hits are harder. everyone on the fourms keep saying its best to have no indirect flame as it burns everything. Also, people say the chore stops the residue from sliding down my pipe but no matter what method i choose to smoke, there is always residue still running down the pipe. people say the chore stops the residue from sliding down my pipe but no matter what method i choose to smoke, there is always residue still running down the pipe. When you first hit it, you'll be holding the pipe upwards so as not to drop your hit - but as the crackling sound dies down and you begin to pull thick smoke, lower it down as you inhale. I like to hold it slightly downwards, so that it burns off the chore and doesn't run down past it into the pipe as much. Yeah I was first taught to smoke crack at age 17 in Cleveland, Ohio by my friends uncle and was taught to make the pipe using a tire gauge with everything ripped off but the pipe part and if it has oil inside it (some do, the one I just bought in Chicago didn't, and ironically the choir boy they sell is silver, so no copper to burn off) once the pipe is ready and you have your choir boy filter nice and as tight as you can get it and still stuff it in the pipe, do so (I make it so it almost doesn't fit in the pipe so it scrapes any resin nice and good Bc it seems to shrink a little with use). Now on to smoking, I was always taught to hold it straight up and down at first take a couple deep breathes, breathe out light the lighter and hit the pipe lightly while touching the flame to the rock briefly a few times as the crackle sound dies down then start heating the metal just under where the end is (under where the crack is) as you simultaneously start rotating the pipe so the crack melts evenly and also moving from the up position to the straight forward smoking position where you stay slowly inhaling and rotating the pipe most of the time, before tilting the pipe downward so any melted cocaine ends up somewhere near the smoking end and also to try and finish the hit. I was never taught to apply direct flame, but I just tried it a little bit testing it on just a small piece just to see Bc I've seen a couple people smoking do it and blow out a decent amount of smoke, whereas I barely blow out any smoke it seems (which I figure is Bc I'm not BURNING it, I'm VAPORIZING it and also holding it in and absorbing the vapor, same as holding in an ecig hit). I think I'm doing it the right way, and you are not supposed to apply direct flame to the rock and burn it, you are supposed to vaporize it, that's how I was taught by my friends uncle who had been smoking for many, many years and the crack we used to get there was way better than I've had here in Chicago. Marijuana Grinders: What They Are, How to Use Them, and Their Benefits. Grinders are essential tools for marijuana consumers who enjoy dry flower. Here you can learn all about marijuana grinders, including how to use them and the important role they play in vaping or smoking dry flower or creating marijuana edibles. The marijuana grinder is one of the most crucial tools anyone who consumes marijuana can have in their arsenal. Whether you vape, smoke, or infuse your marijuana into edibles, properly preparing them first with the help of a grinder will improve your overall experience. If you’re new to marijuana, you likely have a few questions about grinders, including what they are, how they work, and why you want to use one. This comprehensive guide on grinders will teach you everything you need to know about marijuana grinders to get you started. As its name suggests, a grinder is a tool used to speed up and simplify the process of grinding marijuana into a fine consistency that most consumers prefer. The most basic style of these palm-sized cylindrical-shaped tools consist of two interlocking halves, top and bottom, that when separated reveal metal teeth patterns designed to shred and tear dried cannabis into a consistent grind. Dry cannabis flower is placed in between the teeth of the grinder, and then the top and bottom halves are locked together and twisted in opposite directions. This twisting motion moves the teeth together, catching the dry flower between them and breaking it down into small, even particles. Herb grinders, sometimes referred to as a “bud grinders,” also come in 3-Piece and 4-Piece designs, with additional chambers and screens that make it easier to remove your dry herb after it’s been ground. Grinders are usually made of wood, metal, or plastic, and come in a variety of color options. Grinders make breaking up large amounts of dry marijuana flower a much faster, cleaner process.
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